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Knowledge from Olle Garden Bed: Cultivate These 14 Kinds of Vegetables Rich in Potassium

Looking for high potassium vegetables to grow? We provide you with a simple guide to finding vegetables rich in potassium and the following list, which will introduce you to the vegetables with the highest potassium content. The following content also has some reference value for raised garden beds.

In general, you will find potassium in the following categories of food: green leafy vegetables, fruits grown on vines, root vegetables and citrus fruits. To find out which vegetables have the highest potassium content, please read on.

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Beet green

Half cup 655 mg potassium, boiled

Beet greens may be a strange vegetable to some gardeners, but these vegetables are as edible as mustard greens, kale or radish greens. They have the smell of fresh grass and look beautiful.

For more information, please see our article How to grow beets

Cottonseed bean

Half cup of 485 mg potassium, boiled

Generally, beans have a high potassium content, but Lima beans have the highest potassium content. Enjoy these sweet beans directly from the garden. If you are only used to canned or frozen lima beans, the taste of fresh beans may be a welcome surprise.

 

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Looking for high potassium vegetables to grow? We provide you with a simple guide to finding vegetables rich in potassium and the following list, which will introduce you to the vegetables with the highest potassium content.

In general, you will find potassium in the following categories of food: green leafy vegetables, fruits grown on vines, root vegetables and citrus fruits. To find out which vegetables have the highest potassium content, please read on.

Beetroot vegetable

Beet green

Half cup 655 mg potassium, boiled

Beet greens may be a strange vegetable to some gardeners, but these vegetables are as edible as mustard greens, kale or radish greens. They have the smell of fresh grass and look beautiful.

For more information, please see our article How to grow beets

Cottonseed bean

Half cup of 485 mg potassium, boiled

Generally, beans have a high potassium content, but Lima beans have the highest potassium content. Enjoy these sweet beans directly from the garden. If you are only used to canned or frozen lima beans, the taste of fresh beans may be a welcome surprise.

For more information, see our article How to Plant Shrub Beans and Climbing Beans

Growing Swiss beets

Swiss chard

Half cup 481 mg potassium, boiled

Swiss sugarbeet has no potassium content, but its nutrient content is quite high. Enjoy rainbow or standard Swiss chard as a good way to add potassium to your diet.

potato

463 mg potassium in half a medium sized baked potato with skin

There are many ways to prepare potatoes rich in potassium. When you grow your own plants, you will have many things on hand to try baking, mashing, frying, boiling, steaming and baking.

Acorn squash

Half cup of 448 mg potassium, boiled

Planting acorn pumpkins is a healthy and delicious way to make full use of winter gardens. Did you know that you can replace any pumpkin or wax gourd in the recipe with acorn pumpkin?

Spinach

Half cup of 420 mg potassium, boiled

Few things can match the fresh taste of spinach eaten directly from the garden. Make sure you plant enough so you can eat it raw in a salad or cook it as a side dish.

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Walnut Pumpkin

Half cup of 291 mg potassium, boiled

Although acorn squash contains more potassium, walnut squash has little to sneeze on. Like acorn squash, walnuts are versatile and can replace any other wax gourd or pumpkin in the recipe.

Parsnip

Half cup 286 mg potassium, boiled

Gardeners in Europe and New England are most likely to be familiar with the delicious parsnips, which taste a bit like a cross between carrots and radishes or radishes. If you can't find the European parsnip recipe you want to try, consider using them instead of carrots or radishes in the recipe.

Sweet potato

Half cup 286 mg potassium, boiled

Everyone likes sweet potatoes, whether you use salty or sweet preparations. You will be surprised at how little space is needed for sweet potatoes, especially if you put them in containers.

a turnip

Half cup of 281 mg potassium, boiled

This genus of Brassica is related to cabbage. However, those who try kohlrabi may be surprised at how much they like its sweet, crisp taste, which is described as something like a cross between radish and cucumber.

Broccoli Ram

Half cup 275 mg potassium, boiled

The broccoli rab is not a kind of broccoli. On the contrary, it is closer to radish or mustard. Gardeners who like adventure will like its nutty taste and pleasant bitter taste.

Artichoke

Half cup 240 mg potassium, boiled

Artichokes are delicious vegetables, although it may take time to prepare them. But have you seen how beautiful the artichoke plant is? Leave some artichokes in the bushes so you can enjoy the flowers that the vegetables eventually turn into.

Green vegetable

Half cup 223 mg potassium, boiled

We like the cabbage taste of Chinese cabbage, with some green leaves and some crisp stems. There are baby and standard sizes to choose from, and you will surely find a cabbage plant suitable for your garden.

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Carrot

Half cup 205 mg potassium, raw

Raw or cooked carrots are the standard for any garden. But to get the most potassium from them, please eat carrots raw.

Now you have a guide to help you find the vegetable category with the highest potassium content. You also have the above list to tell you what vegetables you can grow in your garden to ensure that you get all the potassium your body needs.